It’s rare to sit down and talk with someone who can’t say a word.
For the sixth year, adults and kids are joining together for Runnin’ for Rhett, turning a tragedy into a way to motive kids to get active.
When you combine botox and computer animation in the same sentence, you might think of a big Hollywood production. You might not guess that the combination of these two are getting children who might never walk back on their feet.
She relies on her scooter to do everything, and it was taken from her garage just a couple days before Christmas.
His first trip to the park on Tuesday was also the first time the 9-year-old with cerebral palsy felt confident to go down the slide alone.
A 9-year-old boy with cerebral palsy was forced to give up his service animal. His family says the place they were moving to wouldn’t allow the dog, but the complex tells a different story.
Josh Blue joins the show, and tells us about having cerebral palsy, and how he incorporates it into his comedy.